Qualcomm not too long ago introduced its newest Snapdragon 865 SoC at its three-day Snapdragon Tech Summit in Hawaii. While we’ve gone in-depth in understanding extra about what’s new with the chip and the way it works, there have been a number of different bulletins made on the second day of the occasion. Qualcomm introduced that the web battle royale title PUBG Mobile will quickly get support for 90fps, together with support for a true 10-bit HDR show. Additionally, PUBG is being added to Sony’s PlayStation Now subscription service library, becoming a member of Wolfenstein: The Old Blood, and Formula 1 2019.
Qualcomm introduced that it has been working intently with the PUBG Mobile crew to convey 90 fps gaming to the sport. This means we will lastly anticipate smoother, extra fluid gameplay with PUBG Mobile, which remains to be capped at 60fps on smartphones. Currently, even if in case you have a smartphone just like the OnePlus 7 Pro and above, or the Asus ROG Phone that come geared up with a 90Hz show, it doesn’t imply that it is possible for you to to play the sport at a better body price. The announcement of PUBG Mobile working at 90Hz doesn’t actually come as a shock since we beforehand reported that the choice to run the sport at 90Hz and even 120Hz was being examined in beta.
As talked about above, Qualcomm additionally introduced that PUBG Mobile will get true 10-bit HDR support. The cellular recreation might be anticipated to characteristic higher total dynamic vary and color depth with the brand new characteristic however as at all times, will probably be noticeable solely on units that support a 10-bit HDR show. A PlayStation Now subscription allows gamers to play over 800 video games with a month-to-month payment of $9.99 (Rs 700 approx) or $59.99 (Rs 4,300 approx) per 12 months.